The site you are visiting uses tracers called “cookies” (which in this version are not delicious cakes). The site is thus likely to access information already stored in your equipment (smartphone, computer …) and to enter new information.

Clarification of Article 30 of the GDPR

Natural persons may be associated […] with online identifiers such as IP addresses and cookies or other identifiers […]. These identifiers can leave traces that, especially when combined with unique identifiers and other information received by servers, can be used to create profiles of individuals and identify them.

This information reinforces Article 26, which states that any information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify an individual is considered personal data.

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), also referred to by its French acronym RGPD (Règlement général de protection des données) is the new reference text for data protection at the European level. The regulation was published in May 2016, after many years of development.

To learn more about cookies and trackers, we invite you to visit the CNIL website:

The cookies used by this site fall into two categories

Tracers exempt from prior consent

We use these cookies to facilitate your navigation on this site, in particular by memorizing your navigation preferences defined during your session and by providing you with the requested services (for example, to avoid you having to re-enter information unnecessarily or to oblige you to reconnect every 5 minutes). This information is not used other than on your terminal to facilitate your visit to this site.

These trackers cannot be disabled from the site without degrading your visit. You can, however, object to the use of these trackers, by setting your browser.

Trackers subject to your prior consent

This site uses trackers under our control that do not collect any personal data and others placed under the control of third parties such as Google, which are subject to your prior consent.

Trackers under the control of third parties

These trackers are used to establish statistics with Google Analytics, or other services such as Youtube, Facebook on pages that offer video or sharing features.

Concretely Google analyzes your behavior but can make cross-references and propose files marketing purpose for example. It does not know who you are if you are not logged into a Google account but what you visit or revisit.

The table below lists the trackers under the control of third parties that are subject to your prior consent.

Google Analytics (gtag.js)
Statistics (what you do on the site)
Deposit of cookies and “google” trackers.

You can oppose the use of these tracers by using the functions offered by the site (cookie banner and function that details the cookies used).

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